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Americas Best RV Parks Listing By State

Date : Sep 13, 2019 Category : Best RV Resorts
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Check out this list and scroll down to see the best RV parks around the country. Readers Digest created a list of parks in every state in America and highlighted the best RV parks.  We are happy to share the listing with you. If you are planning or getting ready for your Fall driving adventure, be sure to read the list for states along the Blue Ridge Mountains.

During the Fall months, those states have the beautiful Fall Foliage, and the colors are spectacular.

The list of best RV parks is useful any time of the year, and you can try them all one by one during your future vacations.

Adirondack Gateway RV Resort & Campground, New York

Come to upstate New York to hike the Adirondacks, enjoys tubing and whitewater rafting on nearby rivers, as well as for outlet shopping or a trip to six flags Great Escape, and place your head at Adirondack Gateway RV Resort & Campground near to each of these activities. The pet-friendly resort offers full hookup sites with amenities such as a clubhouse, swimming pool, laundry, WiFi, and cable TV. You will also find plenty to do without ever leaving the hotel, including a jumping pillow, fishing, basketball, and volleyball.

Alpine View RV Park & Campground, Leavenworth, Washington

Spend a weekend or longer in the charming Bavarian town of Leavenworth, Washington, with its fabulous mountain views at Alpine View RV Park & Campground under a mile (or 5,280 feet because that is how many feet are in a mile) in the city. Choose from partial and complete RV hookups, costing $33 to $43 with some sites offering fire pits and picnic tables. At the campground, you will find showers, restaurants, and a welcome setting for pets. In the town, enjoy museums, restaurants, boutiques, and wineries.

Amana RV Park and Event Center, Amana, Iowa

Explore your German heritage at this RV Park located in the center of the historic Amana Colonies of the state. The colonies comprise of seven National Historic Landmark villages which were once home to a spiritual group of immigrants that had faced persecution in their home country of Germany. You’ll find historic buildings, wineries, and German restaurants. The Amana RV Park places you close to the action with over 200 full hookup sites for $37 per night with free WiFi and a laundromat.

America’s Best Campground, Branson, Missouri

Headed to Branson for attractions and great shows? Pull into America’s Best Campground for a comfortable home base. With 158 full hookup RV sites, the hotel includes concrete patios, satellite TV, barbecue grills, and WiFi. Amenities involve a pool and spa, convenience store, game room, concierge, and laundry. The campground has an RV and car wash, so before going to your next stop, you can wash your automobile! Prices range from $32 to $45 per night with discounts available for veterans and active military.

Beaver Trails Jellystone Park Camp-Resort, Minnesota

When you’re not exploring Minnesota’s gorgeous wilderness, indulge in a lot of activities at the Beaver Trails Jellystone Park Camp-Resort at Austin. You’ll find a pool with a water slide, jumping pillow somewhat like mini-golf, a bounce house, fishing ponds, an arcade with video games, and hayrides to fill your time. Daily camping prices are $33 to $90 in its 320 large, shaded drive-through campsites with picnic tables, fire rings, electric, and water. There is also a grocery store onsite for convenience.

Big Hole River RV Park, Wisdom, Montana

Set yourself in the heart of Big Sky country’s natural charm at Big Hole River RV Park, which is enclosed by the Beaverhead-Deerlodge National Forest and little distance to the Big Hole River. You can bike, hike, and fish for blue-ribbon trout to your heart’s content or check out nearby historical attractions such as Big Hole National Battlefield and Bannack State Park’s ghost city. The park provides for $35 nightly May through November with shower and restroom facilities.

Big Timber Lake RV Camping Resort, Cape May, New Jersey

In the heart of Cape May, Big Timber Lake RV Camping Resort has its lake for fishing and kayaking, along with a 2,000-square-foot pool. The resort is near the Cape May County Park & Zoo, Cape May National Wildlife Refuge, and several wineries and vineyards. On-site, you will discover a zip line, shuffleboard, bocce ball and ropes course, miniature golf, and The Pine Cone Cafe. There is also a laundry, gym, restrooms, and showers with sites priced at around $56 per night.

Bonito Hollow RV Park & Campground, Ruidoso, New Mexico

Sits inside Lincoln National Forest on the Rio Bonito on 20 acres area, the Bonito Hollow RV Park is also near to town for shopping and restaurants and only a couple miles from Bonito Lake for water fun. Guests will find hiking trails, horseshoes, sand volleyball, and DVD rentals for $1 per day. Full hookup sites, which come with WiFi, are $39 per day with partial hookup sites also available.

Bowdish Lake Campground, Glocester, Rhode Island

Camp by the lake in Rhode Island at the family-friendly Bowdish Lake Campground. All sites have power and water, and many sites have cable, as well, for a cost of $50 to $100 nightly. There are picnic tables, a recreation pavilion, showers, camp store, and six bathhouses. You will have many different things to do with your choice of ice cream socials, hayrides, bingo, volleyball, ping pong, lake fishing, and even pie-eating competitions!

Button Bay State Park, Ferrisburgh, Vermont

Wake up next to beautiful Lake Champlain when you stay at Button Bay State Park, which provides breathtaking Lake Adirondack Mountain views. The park is also close to attractions such as Chimney Point State Historic Site, Fort Ticonderoga, Lake Champlain Maritime Museum, and the Shelburne Museum. Ranging from $18 to $22 per night, sites include a fire ring, grill, and picnic table. Other campground comforts include a playground, showers, pool, boat rentals, and restrooms.

Campers Haven RV Resort, Dennisport, Massachusetts

Vacation in beautiful Cape Cod in Campers Haven RV Resort on Nantucket Sound. The only campground with its private swimming beach on the sound, the gated resort has over 270 full hookup sites and offers convenient access to Martha’s Vineyard, historic lighthouses, and Cape Cod National Seashore. Highlights of the hotel include basketball courts, mini-golf, an onsite store, billiards, and snack bar, playground, and a covered pavilion. Sites enjoy cable TV access and WiFi, in addition to shower and restroom facilities, for approximately $70 per night.

Camping World Racing Resort, Concord, North Carolina

If you’re headed to North Carolina to catch a race in the Charlotte Motor Speedway, Camping World Racing Resort is a comfortable place to visit. It’s only the zMAX Dragway, along with a short walk from the Speedway and the Dirt Track. The hotel features sites with electric, sewer hookups, water, and picnic table, asphalt streets, gravel pads and WiFi access in the check-in cottage. There’re also showers and restrooms, in addition to a pavilion for parties.

Canaan Valley Resort State Park, Davis, West Virginia

Set in the Allegheny Mountains, Canaan Valley is a ski resort that offers many activities year-round from biking and hiking to snow sports, golf, as well as geocaching. There are 34 paved full hookup sites, available from $25 to $32 per night, in a wooded setting. There is an assortment of dining options at the hotel together with horseback riding, rock climbing, whitewater rafting, and trekking trail. It is less than an hour away from popular attractions such as Canaan Valley National Wildlife Refuge, Blackwater Falls State Park, and Seneca Rocks.

Carlyle Lake Dam West Campground, Carlyle, Illinois

Almost 50 miles east of St. Louis on Carlyle Lake, Illinois’ largest man-made lake, this campground, and RV Park is excellent for water activities like fishing, sailing, biking, and hiking. The 26,000-acre lake hosts yearly sailing races and regattas and are home to various wildlife and fish, such as catfish, bass, drum, and bluegill. The reasons have 109 RV sites, which provide electricity and prices are $18 to $52 per night, with access to boat storage, a marina, playground, biking and trekking trail, and an amphitheater that hosts educational programs.

Crossings Winery and RV Park, Glenn’s Ferry, Idaho

Exploring the Oregon Trail? Add Crossings Winery and RV Park in your listing, which will be on the site of a winery and golf course. Crossings Winery is among the state locally- and family-owned wineries and provides wine tastings entire week, and also winery tours on the weekends. The winery has both a restaurant and a tavern along with a nine-hole golf facility. The RV Park offers full hookups for between $15 and $35 per day.

Deer Creek Valley RV Park, Topeka, Kansas

Centrally settled to restaurants, shopping, and Lake Shawnee just off Interstate 70, the Deer Creek Valley RV Park has completely concrete sites with landscaping and trees on the grounds. You will also find an in-ground pool available through the warmer months, enclosed pet play area, and a playground. Additionally, there are laundry, showers, and restrooms, in addition to the BBQ restaurant just outside the park of LonnieQ. Its pull-through sites with water, sewer, electricity, WiFi, and cable TV are $45 nightly.

Dual RR Ranch RV Resort & Golf, Belding, Michigan

There’s plenty to do at Dual RR Ranch RV Resort near Grand Rapids, Michigan, located on the Flat River. Appreciate Saturday night hayrides; tubing, kayaking or canoeing the river; western trail rides on horseback; a softball field; basketball court; a nine-hole golf course; and volleyball. Sites, ranging in price from $41 to $48, include electric and water with some sewer sites available and alternatives along the banks of the Flat River.

Edgewater Lodge RV Resort, Soldotna, Alaska

Situated on the shores of the Kenai River, this gorgeous RV Resort puts guests in the center of the most famous salmon fishing in Alaska, which is house to a 97-pound King Salmon. RV sites are merely a short stroll to the river, and the hotel is also near Kenai National Wildlife Refuge with caribou, sheep, bears, moose, and other wildlife. You will also find fishing charters, fish cleaning tables, a shower, and laundry departments. Sites have water and electric and cost between $25 and $35 per night.

Elk Meadow Lodge/RV Park, Estes Park, Colorado

Desire to travel Rocky Mountain National Park through RV? Estes Park is the excellent home base with Elk Meadow Lodge open May through October and right at the entrance to the park. Only a mile from the town of Estes Park, the hotel has an outdoor pool and spa, bathhouse, laundry, live entertainment in the lodge, many different games, and a playground. Prices run from $71 to $77.

Field & Stream RV Park, Brookline, New Hampshire

Take a quintessential New England holiday at Field & Stream RV Park in southern New Hampshire right in the center of maple sugar country and close to antique shops and flea markets where you can enjoy tax-free purchasing. There are also loads of hiking trails, including Monadnock State Park. The campgrounds offer free hot showers, a kayak dock, laundry, play area, fishing pond, and WiFi and have full hookup sites for $47 per night.

Fontainebleau State Park, Mandeville, Louisiana

Situated on the site of the ruins of a former sugar mill built in 1829 along Lake Pontchartrain, Fontainebleau State Park includes a sandy beach, a former railroad track converted into a walking trail, in addition to a nature trail with signs denoting trees and bird species. There are over 150 RV websites, some with sewer, water and electric, and some without, ranging in cost from $18 to $33 each night.

Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, Mandan, North Dakota

Park your RV close to the site where Lt. Col. Custer and the Seventh Cavalry left for the expedition in the Little Big Horn, which is now Fort Abraham Lincoln State Park, The campground is in a wooded area near the Heart River and provides picnic areas and a playground. Some time is hiking its paths, many of which offer views of the Missouri River. RV sites have electricity, water, and sewer with access to showers.

Fox Hill Campground & RV Park, Baraboo, Wisconsin

Fox Hill RV Park & Campground is near the Wisconsin Dells with its outlets and recreation parks, in addition to Ho-Chunk Casino, which you may visit through the hotel’s free shuttle. As guests, you will be treated to a weekend pancake breakfast, a fenced dog area, heated pool, and WiFi. Prices are $38 to $58 per night with discounts available for senior citizens and AAA members.

Gulf State Park Campground, Gulf Shores, Alabama

Choose from around 500 RV sites with full hookups and paved pads in Gulf State Park with choices to sit lakefront or in the woods. It’s excellent for hikers, who can get the Hugh Branyon Backcountry Trail across the campground at different points. Amenities include swimming pool, laundry facilities, tennis courts, air-conditioned bathhouses, kayak rentals, and bicycle rentals, so there is never a minute to get bored! Prices range from about $48 to $63 per day.

Grand Canyon Railway RV Park, Williams, Arizona

Did you know there is an RV park that will offer you an HD digital television? You’ll discover it near the Grand Canyon in Williams, Arizona! Additionally, it includes WiFi, access to an indoor swimming pool and shower facilities, in addition to the spa at the Grand Canyon Railway Hotel. Leave Fido at the onsite pet hotel as you’re exploring the Grand Canyon, and revel in volleyball and basketball courts, horseshoes, and a picnic area–all for no more than $50.75 per night.

Green River Lake State Park, Campbellsville, Kentucky

Perfect for water lovers, Green River Lake State Park, sits across the 8,200-acre Green River Lake with boat slips, a marina, restaurant, and boat rentals. The RV Park and campground sit in the 1,300-acre region and feature hiking trails of 28 miles, an 18-hole mini-golf course, a picnic area, beach, plentiful fishing, and a playground. You will also find WiFi in their more than 150 standard electric hookup sites available for around $28.

Henderson Beach State Park, Destin, Florida

How does a scene of the Gulf of Mexico out your RV look? A visit at Henderson Beach State Park along Florida’s panhandle will afford you these viewpoints with 6,000 feet of shoreline with boardwalks, playground, pavilions for picnicking, and a pet-friendly nature trail. The park has 60 campsites with electric with heated and an air-conditioned bathhouse and laundry convenience. Camping charges are $30 per night.

Hersheypark Camping Resort, Hershey, Pennsylvania

Headed to Hersheypark? The Hersheypark Camping Resort is the official camping hotel of this theme park with a free shuttle to take you there. Guests of the hotel also find special Hersheypark perks on tickets, and there is even a CampersApp with information regarding activities, real-time weather alerts, and a compass. The hotel has 300 full-service sites with activities like Hershey character visits, live entertainment, and movie nights throughout the summer.

Huntington Beach State Park, Murrells Inlet, South Carolina

Known as one of the best places on the East Coast for birding, Huntington Beach State Park is a natural paradise along three miles of South Carolina’s Atlantic Ocean beach. Bring your birding checklist to tick off a few, explore abundant nature trails, and enjoy excellent surf fishing. RV sites, ranging from $21 to $62, come with water, electric, and complimentary WiFi, with some sewer hookups available. Other park amenities include restrooms, hot showers, dog-friendly beaches, and a swimming area with a lifeguard.

Lake Rudolph RV Resort and Campground, Santa Claus, Indiana

Go with the whole family for a pleasant getaway to Holiday World & Splashin’ Safari amusement park, appreciated for their free sodas and sunscreen, and stay the night at nearby Lake Rudolph Campground and RV Resort. There is a lot of activities from pools and water parks to paddleboats, game rooms, and basketball. The hotel has standard, super, and deluxe websites with full hookups, beginning at $32 at the off-season and $72 in peak season, once you might also need to devote at least two nights.

Lakeside Casino & RV Park, Pahrump, Nevada

If you want some peace aside from the Las Vegas strip, visit this RV Park about an hour away on the eastern border of Death Valley. There is a casino if you in the mood for some gambling. The park has its 7-acre lake with fishing and boating and a few lakeside sites. The park offers WiFi, golf course, showers, restrooms, Frisbee golf, a swimming pool, and laundry. Sites with electricity, sewer, and water run about $58 per night.

Lakeview RV Park, Bluff City, Tennessee

On the banks of Boone Lake and three miles from Bristol Motor Speedway, this particular RV Park gives sites with sewer, water, and electrical hookups and some with cable for $40 to $44 per night. Sites, some of which overlook the lake, also include cable TV and WiFi and have access to a laundry and showers. Bring Fido to enjoy the pet playground, and grab a free coffee in the campground store. The park is an ideal base for water activities on the lake, and you will also have the ability to rent boats and golf carts.

Lighthouse Point, Sandusky, Ohio

Visitors flock to Cedar Point amusement park each summer to ride a few of the nation’s most exciting roller coasters and rides, and Lighthouse Point is the park’s RV campsite. Only a short walk in the park or hop on the shuttle, the grounds have full hookup sites with a picnic table, concrete pads, and WiFi. In 2018, they were introducing sites with a private patio, furniture, and a grill, several with views of Lake Erie.

Lums Pond State Park, Bear, Delaware

Stay at Lums Pond, a 200-acre freshwater pond, where guests can hike, horseback ride, fish, disk golf, boat, or try the Go Ape! Treetop Adventure Course full of challenges, climbs, and zip lines. On-site, you will discover showers, picnic area, playground, concessions, and a boat launch area. Prices are between $30 and $59 for both water and electrical and pull-through sites, depending on the season.

Majestic Oaks RV Resort, Biloxi, Mississippi

Majestic Oaks RV Resort located on Mississippi’s Gulf Coast with access to beaches, gaming, water parks, and much more. The hotel features shaded oaks and flowered landscaping alongside a pool, clubhouse with free coffee, courtyard, and actions like Saturday luncheons to get to know other people. Guests will find free WiFi and cable, a full-size laundry, shuttle to nearby casinos, and a bathhouse. Sites include electric, water, and sewer, and range from $58.99 to $68.99 nightly.

Malaekahana Beach Campground, Kahuku, Hawaii

There aren’t many RV alternatives in Hawaii because of the obvious difficulties of getting your RV across the Pacific Ocean, but there are some places to pull up and camp if you rent an RV on the island. Malaekahana Beach Campground on the north coast of Oahu offers excellent ocean scenes and beach way. There’s a special vehicle camping section, which you could be sharing with other people, accessible for $9.41 per night including an outdoor beach shower and bathrooms. You can rent kayaks, surfboards, and stand up paddleboards on site.

Mount Rushmore Resort & Lodge at Palmer Gulch, Hill City, South Dakota

Explore South Dakota’s popular sites like Mount Rushmore and Crazy Horse Memorial from your RV in Mount Rushmore Resort & Lodge at Palmer Gulch. Set in the state’s Black Hills region at the base of South Dakota’s highest point, a dog park, Black Elk Peak, the resort has a water park, bike rentals, horseback riding, regular movie screenings, and a kids zone. Full hookup RV sites come with a picnic table, fire pits, and a camping kitchen, running $42 to $82 each night.

Oceanside Beachfront RV Park, Coos Bay, Oregon

Chill out on gorgeous Pacific coast of Oregon at Oceanside Beachfront RV Park where you can’t just unwind on the beaches and explore tide pools simply enjoy whale-watching and fishing. The hotel has its seasonal restaurant, Coos Bay Crab Co., with good seafood cooked by the hotel chef, and sites, which vary from approximately $46 to $56 per night, have full hookups with cable, WiFi, picnic table, and fire pit. Nearby activities include hiking trails, off-roading, and boating.

Odetah Camping Resort, Bozrah, Connecticut

This remarkable RV hotel has its spa services, allowing guests to choose from facials, massages, and pedicures. If this is not enough, it also includes a movie theater, splash pad water-play place, two eateries, delivery service, and outdoor pool with Jacuzzi, at which the hotel hosts DJ pool parties during camping season. The hotel is also near to beaches and lakes where guests can fish, swim, or rent kayaks, canoes, or rowboats in the camp boathouse. Complete hookup rates vary between $33 and $93 per night.

Rawlins KOA, Rawlins, Wyoming

Perfect for outdoor adventurers, Rawlins is an adventure Mecca in southern Wyoming where you may get your fill of golf, hunting, fishing, or hiking. For get-togethers, make the most of this Rawlins KOA housed Kamper Kitchen with stoves, picnic tables, and sinks, and let your pooch experience the outdoors, too, at the onsite dog park. Full hookup sites are available for $20 per night with cable and WiFi included.

Sleepy Sunflower RV Park, Ogallala, Nebraska

At Sleepy Sunflower RV Park, you will get a “town square” ideal for picnics with grills and a fire pit, in addition to a guest parlor with a book exchange, DVDs for check-out, treadmill and stationary bike, puzzles, karaoke, and a vending machine. The pet-friendly park has 32 full hookup sites, available for $32 to $38 per night, with access to showers, restrooms, playground, a laundry, and WiFi. Additionally, it is just eight miles from Lake McConaughy with boating and fishing.

Sandy Pines Campground, Kennebunkport, Maine

Sandy Pines Campground sits within a beech forest in Kennebunkport and is home to 150 RV sites with access to electric and water outlets, starting at $55 per night. They often host social events such as ice cream socials, lobster bakes, and live outdoor music, and you will also find amenities such as a snack bar; park-wide WiFi; kayak, bicycle, and heated pool; stand-up paddleboard rentals; playground; and outdoor games, such as giant Jenga, bocce, badminton, and volleyball. Make certain to check out the General Store, which has an entire section ore dedicated to s’ mores!

Shenandoah Valley Campground, Mount Jackson, Virginia

Calling all mountain lovers! This campground features views of the Shenandoah Valley, as well as the Blue Ridge and Allegheny Mountains and provides easy access to the Virginia Museum of the Civil War, Shenandoah National Park, and Bryce Resort. With sites available for $45 to $49 per night, the campground has various amenities from laundry and a bathhouse to a playground, picnic pavilions, a dog run, and basketball court.

Shooting Star RV Resort, Escalante, Utah

If Utah’s Bryce Canyon National Park with its famous natural hoodoo structures is on your bucket list, Shooting Star RV Resort is a convenient place to park your RV for exploring the park, which is about 50 miles away. Also close to the resort is Kodachrome Basin State Park and Grand Staircase-Escalante National Monument. Previously a drive-in, a Shooting Star has pull-through sites with full hookups and an outdoor movie theater where you’ll want to be sure to catch a movie on Tuesday, Thursday, or Saturday nights.

Stone Mountain State Park, Stone Mountain, Georgia

With 250 campsites to choose from with complete or partial hookups, you can rest your mind at this enjoyable RV Park just north of Atlanta. Situated at Stone Mountain State Park, Georgia’s best attraction, sites offers perks such as wooden decks, gas grills, views of Stone Mountain Lake, WiFi, cable, and laundry facilities for between $47 and $65 per night. There are several things to do at Stone Mountain like riding the railroad, taking the Scenic Skyride, enjoying the night laser light show, and adventure ropes course.

Twin Fountains RV Park, Oklahoma City, Oklahoma

When touring Oklahoma City, Twin Fountains RV Park makes a wonderful place to park your RV near the city and all its charms, which you may access through the park’s free shuttle service. There is an onsite swimming pool, spa, kiddie splash pad, and campfire ideal for roasting marshmallows, in addition to over 150 RV sites with full hookups, such as cable TV and WiFi.

Wanderlust RV Park, Eureka Springs, Arkansas

Only a few miles east of Eureka Springs, Arkansas, a Victorian city with over one million tourists every year, Wanderlust RV Park is a 46-acre property set on a scenic ridge, overlooking a deep valley, ideal for viewing sunsets. The playground attracts birds, deer, and other wildlife. There is a tourist trolley to take visitors into town, and prices at its 85 total hookup websites range from $37 to $39 per night.

Wine Country RV Resort, Paso Robles, California

Sits in Paso Robles wine area of San Luis Obispo County, the Wine Country RV Resort has an onsite wine garden where they often host events, and it is only a short drive from Hearst Castle and lots of hot springs. For $100 per night, the hotel provides WiFi access, restroom and shower facilities, a laundry, a swimming pool and spa, playground, and game room.

Woodlands Camping Resort, Elkton, Maryland

Woodlands Camping Resort at Elkton, Maryland, has a unique commitment to honoring U.S. pros and maintains a special area named Veterans Circle, where they hold a remembrance service every Memorial Day. The hotel, which costs $55 nightly for its whole hookup sites, is family-friendly with a lot of outdoor sports options, such as basketball, wiffleball, volleyball, and badminton, and routine events from April through early November. There is also a fishing pond, a large swimming pool, and biking and hiking trails.

Yogi Bear’s North Texas Jellystone Park, Burleson, Texas

If you’re going with children, this gorgeous park is the best place to keep them cherished only 20 minutes from Fort Worth and 50 minutes from Dallas. The RV park has a lot of activities like family dance parties, a water park, hayrides, laser tag, ga-ga ball, pools, and much more. Select a red carpet RV site with large full hookup sites with grill, fire pit, and a patio for $89 per night or $59 to $69 for standard sites.


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